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SEP 2017

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SEPTEMBER 2017 | NAILS MAGAZINE | 75 Julie Kandalec used Essie Imported Bubbly for Oscar de la Renta's show to give nails a high-tech look against the fabrics. Photo courtesy of Sam Kim for Essie Tanya Taylor brought back the '70s so Julie Kandalec opted for a crescent French using Essie Go Overboard, Bahama Mama, and Smokin' Hot. Photo courtesy of Sam Kim for Essie Designer Phillipe Blond decided to forego jewelry so that the textured nails from CND would stand out even more at The Blonds show. Nails were dark and seductive with dimensional themes throughout. Photo courtesy of CND PEARLESCENT Pearl nails are totally versatile — they can be dainty, edgy, or somewhere in between. JEWEL TONES Make your clients feel like royalty by adorning them with rich, glistening shades. Dainty materials and colors in Michael Costello's collection allowed for Essie's Rita Remark to mirror the look on the nails using Penny Talk and Tuck it in My Tux. Photo courtesy of Sam Kim for Essie For a complete rundown of nails on the Autumn/Winter runways, go to Christian Siriano's collection was full of grooved lines and unique designs created by wind and nature. Rita Remark for Essie mimicked those patterns using Carry On, Leggy Legend, Splash of Grenadine, and A Cut Above. Photo courtesy of Sam Kim for Essie Jonathan Simkhai's show brought attention to the power woman, drawing on rich hues and textures. Essie's Julie Kandalec used Midnight Cami (pictured), Topless & Barefoot, Licorice, and Bordeaux to create a luxe nail look. Photo courtesy of Jonathan Pozniak

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